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on an x86 suse 9.3 box. We followed the instructions and when we tried to execute ie6 we get the following: linuxSuSe93:~/ies4linux-2.0.5 # /usr/bin/ie6 fixme:shell:StopWatchMode () stub! fixme:seh:EXC_RtlRaiseException call (from ...
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    we are trying to install wine...


    on an x86 suse 9.3 box. We followed the instructions and when we tried to execute ie6 we get the following:

    linuxSuSe93:~/ies4linux-2.0.5 # /usr/bin/ie6
    fixme:shell:StopWatchMode () stub!
    fixme:seh:EXC_RtlRaiseException call (from 0x401ecd) to unimplemented function shdocvw.dll.IEWinMain
    wine: Unhandled exception (thread 0009), starting debugger...
    WineDbg starting on pid 0x8
    Unhandled exception: unimplemented function shdocvw.dll.IEWinMain called in 32-bit code (0x414b6053).
    In 32 bit mode.
    Register dump:
    CS:0073 SS:007b DS:007b ES:007b FS:003b GS:0033
    EIP:414b6053 ESP:406cfdec EBP:406cfe50 EFLAGS:00200212( - 00 - -IA1)
    EAX:406cfdf8 EBX:414c2944 ECX:00000001 EDX:00000001
    ESI:00000000 EDI:00000000
    Stack dump:
    0x406cfdec: 00003220 00000000 414b600c 80000100
    0x406cfdfc: 00000001 00000000 00401ecd 00000002
    0x406cfe0c: 414bd7e0 414bd7ec 00000000 00000000
    0x406cfe1c: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
    0x406cfe2c: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
    0x406cfe3c: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
    Backtrace:
    =>1 0x414b6053 in shdocvw (+0x6053) (0x406cfe50)
    2 0x414b607a __wine_stub_shdocvw_dll_102 in shdocvw (0x406cfe70)
    3 0x00401ecd in iexplore (+0x1ecd) (0x406cfec0)
    4 0x00401f7d ?? in iexplore (0x406cff20)
    5 0x404e5652 in kernel32 (+0x55652) (0x406cfff4)
    6 0x4002fde1 ?? in libwine.so.1 (0x00000000)
    0x414b6053: addl $12,%esp

    Any help would be DEEPLY appreciated

    thx
    Mace

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    After looking at your output I know that there is an issue with the isntallation of IE6 because of the Unhandled exception error and registry dump. This error might occur if there is a missing or invalid path in the registry. These registry entries need to be fixed in order for the installation to complete successfully. I had this same issue on a tutorial I had about wine. There was an error in the step telling you to add lines to the wine
    config.

    The line
    [AppDefaults\\iexplore.exe\DllOverrides]
    should be
    [AppDefaults\\iexplore.exe\\DllOverrides]

    See if you have this issue. If not post the link to your tutorial.
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    I sent the debug stuff to wine and was told they didn't support ie but they had a replacement, then they failed to tell me what the replacement is.
    Anyway I've been looking around and there is something called winetools.
    Has anyone used this app?
    It looks like it replaces the ies4linux app which is what we tried to use and got the org error.

    Let me explain what we are trying to do. We have a custom app written for a Linux server and windows client. We are having a problem with the windows client and now the developers want us to try it on Linux.
    The problem is that the client searches(really the whole thing) was written for windows and an IE browser, so when we try it on mozilla we get a ton of java errors and not all buttons or hot keys are understood. SO we must try it on IE.

    Any help or info is greatly apprciated

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    I'm still sticking to my guns and saying its an invalid path in the registry. If the path is invalid, linux tends to throw temper tantrums about it. This might not be the case with yours though being that you are implementing windows into the mix. Have you tried using seamonkey as your browser and seeing how it reacts to your script?
    $Billz

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